Marijuana For Trauma, Inc. (MFT) is taking Canada by storm, rapidly expanding across the country and promoting alternative therapies, education and access to medical marijuana for people with trauma, including combat PTSD. They also offer healing therapies for other injuries and illnesses, support for families, referrals to physicians and a myriad of ever-expanding holistic therapies. The company was founded in 2013 by Sgt. Fabian Henry, ret. of the Canadian Forces (CAF) after his own struggle to access appropriate medical care after his combat-related injury. Marijuana For Trauma, Inc. started with need, and the first office of this nonprofit-turnedenterprise phenom was a New Brunswick coffee shop. MFT has strong social media presence and can be found online at mftgroup.ca, on Facebook, Twitter and Youtube. Today, there are eight active offices, with 15 open and active across the country by the end of summer, 2016.
MFT is a Company Created From Need and Organizing With Shared Vision
Marijuana For Trauma, Inc, (MFT), started with one person acknowledging a lack of services and acknowledging the strong denial about that. "Be the change" appears to be the business rule of MFT CEO, Fabian Henry and the first guiding principle of this non-profit organization turned enterprise phenom MFT is a business that started with no office at all. MFT started with one person with a cell phone in a New Brunswick coffee shop. MFT has strong social media presence and can be found online at mftgroup.ca, on Facebook, Twitter, and Youtube. Today there are 8 active offices, with 15 open and active across the country by the end of summer 2016..Watching a small nonprofit company of volunteers transform into a corporate entity that has become a company with multi-national interests and investors is like looking at real business magicians pull rabbits out of hats.. CEO Fabian Henry started with a vision that so many people share- a vision of really helping other patients- and that vision has organized into a powerful and strategic enterprise with shared goals and concepts about healing from traumatic injury, and about what being healthy means. Fabian Henry has raised a loud voice on social media, in news interviews, and by literally reaching out to the person he is standing face to face with. His teams are impressive, his logo is brilliant, and the support that he has gathered so quickly are awesome. MFT was featured in High Times Magazine in a gripping article entitled "The Green Legion." The MFT logo is appearing on an increasing number of impressive products including some professional sports vehicles. They have also received endorsement from such superstars as The Trailer Park Boys, Forged in Fire, and they have created a thriving corporate relationship with American based Funker Tactical.
Attitudes About Medicinal Marijuana Are Also Changing in the US
According to a recent report in The Economist, four states and Washington, DC have now legalized marijuana consumption for recreational use, and 21 states allow marijuana for medicinal purposes according to specific state laws. Colorado, which became the first state to sell recreational marijuana in January 2014, sold around $600 million in recreational and medical marijuana in the first 11 months, raising $68 million in taxes for the state. Americans spend an estimated $40 billion getting high each year, about 20% of what they spend on cigarettes and alcohol. The legal market, estimated at $2.5 billion last year, is just a fraction of that but will grow. A majority of Americans (52%) are now in favor of legalization. For a revealing and candid professional analysis of medical marijuana patients in their recent survey.
Improved Health Care is the Future of the Marijuana and Cannabis Industries in North America
The stigma surrounding marijuana use, even medical marijuana use, is very real. That fear of marijuana has been causing harm. That stigma has been blocking access to medical relief for patients in North America, even in places where medicinal marijuana has been legalized and regulated. We are seeing attitudes changing, and laws and regulations are also changing. Marijuana For Trauma, Inc. with its multi-faceted therapeutic approach to healing and its focus on supporting access to medical marijuana as a very legitimate and effective medical intervention has played a tremendous role in overcoming that destructive stigma for people across Canada. Integrating marijuana therapy and cannabis therapy into a holistic and personalized healing plan is really working to save lives and to support healing right across the country.